Wolves supporters can watch the FA Youth Cup semi-final against Manchester United next week for free, with subsidised coach travel supporting the Wolves Foundation’s Feed Our Pack initiative.
To ensure as many supporters as possible can attend the club’s first semi-final in the prestigious youth competition since 2005 and give their backing to Wolves Academy’s brightest stars, the club are subsidising coach travel and asking fans to pay just a £3 donation to the Feed Our Pack project in support of those in need across Wolverhampton.
Travel tickets can be booked via Wolves at tickets.wolves.co.uk.
Entry to Old Trafford on Wednesday 9th March is free for all supporters, but tickets must be claimed in advance by CLICKING HERE, which will direct you to Manchester United’s ticket page.
Once on the page to purchase tickets for the fixture, Wolves supporters should click on the ‘I have a promo code’ option in the top right corner, enter ‘FAYC-WOLVES’ into the promotion code box and click ‘find seats’ before following the on-screen prompts to select seats and finalise the transaction.
Wolves’ general manager of commercial operations, Vinny Clark, is urging as many Wolves fans as possible to give their backing to the under-18s at Old Trafford next week while supporting Wolves Foundation’s vital work in the community.
“We have all been gripped by our under-18s’ run to semi-final of the FA Youth Cup and it will be brilliant for all of the young players if our supporters take advantage of this offer of subsidised travel to Old Trafford.
“Not only that, but all the funds will be donated towards the Feed Our Pack initiative, which is doing outstanding work in providing for those in need across our community.
“It’s not often that the Academy players get the chance to play in one of the biggest stadiums in the country with the opportunity of reaching the final of a major competition – something we haven’t done as a club since 1976, and with travel and entry to the match costing just £3, we urge supporters to book their place early so not to miss out.”
Coaches will depart Molineux at 3.30pm on Wednesday and supporters wishing to travel are urged to book both their match and travel tickets as soon as possible.